A Birthing Care Services educator assesses, plans, implements, and evaluates
ongoing educational and professional development activities for the Birthing
Care Services Staff. An educator develops and provides education for staff,
patients and families in Birthing Care Services as well as develops, plans
and collect data for The Ten Steps to Breastfeeding.
A Registered Nurse (RN) renders personal and professional care to patients.
Uses a systematic approach to assess patient’s needs, plan care,
provide quality/direct care, coordination of care and evaluate care in
an efficient, safe environment. The RN facilitates collaboration amongst
a variety of disciplines in order to provide a unified and seamless approach
to care delivery. This position is responsible for adhering to all standards
of nursing practice, for promoting teamwork with physicians and personnel
of other departments. Patient advocacy, patient safety, and improving
health status are priorities when the RN develops the plan of care.
Ohio RN licensure, BLS, ACLS, NRP & CPSC required. (CPSC must be obtained
within 1 year of hire.) Graduate of an accredited nursing program and
3 years of previous nursing experience also required. CLS, CBC or IBCLC,
childbirth educator course and leadership experience preferred.